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Old 01-08-2015, 11:28 AM   #1
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Best South Florida Campgrounds

I'm a newbie and not really sure how all this works but I couldn't find anything related so I thought I'd try this.

Can anyone recommend any campgrounds in South Florida for winter camping? We have a brand new 37' Georgetown XL and we will be towing a trailer with a small car on it.
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Old 01-08-2015, 12:01 PM   #2
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I can recommend Silver Springs State Park on the outskirts of Ocala. Very nice place with huge campsites. Nice hiking paths, and the river and springs to visit.
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Old 01-08-2015, 12:03 PM   #3
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We spent 2 nights at Larry and Penny Thompson Memorial Park in Miami. Very RV-park like without a whole lot of privacy, but it was a nice enough place that I'd go back for a tour of the area (or, like we did before- as a stop over before heading into Key West).
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Flamingo park, t-loop, 41 sites is a good starter before going down to key west. Get a canoe and check the florida.
Everglades National park. Google
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Old 01-08-2015, 01:03 PM   #5
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I'm a newbie and not really sure how all this works but I couldn't find anything related so I thought I'd try this.

Can anyone recommend any campgrounds in South Florida for winter camping? We have a brand new 37' Georgetown XL and we will be towing a trailer with a small car on it.
Sorry - I should have been more specific. We're looking for a long-term location with full ups.
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Old 01-09-2015, 01:25 PM   #6
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Seminole Campground near Fort Myers is great. Small, friendly staff, pool, pet friendly, shady walks, super clean restrooms; one restaurant nearby. Easy on / off I75 S.
Also, Riverside near Arcadia is nice, not shady, but friendly staff, bigger campground with pool.
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The nicest RV park in FL if not in the whole country is Sun N Fun, just outside of Sarasota. They have a $5.5 million dollar fitness center adjacent to the huge outdoor pool, restaurant and bar. I could fill pages of the amenities that Sun N Fun offers. We stayed for 3 months last year. Check out their website: Sarasota Florida RV Parks, Resorts - Award-winning Sun-N-Fun
We just can't say enough about this resort and it is a resort not an RV park!
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[QUOTE=apaukovitz;761613]The nicest RV park in FL if not in the whole country is Sun N Fun, just outside of Sarasota. They have a $5.5 million dollar fitness center adjacent to the huge outdoor pool, restaurant and bar. I could fill pages of the amenities that Sun N Fun offers. We stayed for 3 months last year. Check out their website: Sarasota Florida RV Parks, Resorts - Award-winning Sun-N-Fun
We just can't say enough about this resort and it is a resort not an RV park![/QUOTE================== ===============
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Should be at over $2,000 a month..............
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Can anyone recommend any campgrounds in South Florida for winter camping? We have a rand new 37' Georgetown XL and we will be towing a trailer with a small car on it.
Hi I.know you want full hookups but if you can do without sewer for a few days fort.desoto.is beautiful. . We are here right now. The sites are huge and it is on one of the nicest beaches in the us. Also has a doggie park and doggie beach of you have one. On the rear cost there is a very nice campground in jupiter. We have come to fl.for many years.this is our longest stay...three months.
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I can recommend Silver Springs State Park on the outskirts of Ocala. Very nice place with huge campsites. Nice hiking paths, and the river and springs to visit.

X2...great campground for being in a State Park


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